Large Format Graphics
Large printing projects, such as banners and murals
Foam core signage is a paper sign with a rigid foam back. Foam core is popular at events and conferences, where organizers need inexpensive, throwaway signs. Foam core signs may give directions or display sponsors. They can also function as table centrepieces. Foam core is easily cut into shapes and often appears as advertising in casinos.
Large Format Printing
Poster board. Posters that are too large to fit on the digital press can be printed as signs. With small quantities, this is more cost-effective than using an offset press.
Wall murals. Visuals that jazz up walls. We measure dimensions and then design and install panels that create a visually-interesting wall.
Floor graphics. Similar to wall graphics but on the floor. Non-slip laminate that protects the images and prevents slipping.
Window graphics. Similar to wall and floor graphics but on windows and store fronts. Window graphics can display your company name and store hours, as well as other advertising.
Wall graphics print directly onto your wall.
Vehicle graphics. Wrapping a vehicle to change its look. It can be a complete wrap or a partial wrap that covers a back window or doors. Burke prints and installs vehicle graphics. Bring your vehicle to Burke. Leave it for a day, while Burke installers apply everything.
Hardhat decals. A sticker that displays your logo or message. Most construction companies want their logo on their hardhats. Print a high volume, and let workers apply them.
Coroplast signage. A plastic sign that has a corrugated backing, like traditional cardboard. Coroplast is an inexpensive outdoor material that is popular for election signage. The corrugated backing is a series of flutes. Metal stakes push into the flutes and into the ground. The flutes must run up and down, while the print runs across.
Lawn signs. Any sign designed for the outdoors.
Election signs. Lawn signs that endorse candidates.